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September 19, 2001

WALTHAM, Mass.- Bentley College announces the 2001-2002 Bowles Performing Arts Series, "Let's Talk!"

American Storyfeast: American Bounty, American Dreams, Maize, Roast Beef and Collard Greens

Wednesday, October 10

7:30 p.m.

Koumantzelis Auditorium, Lindsay Hall

Nationally known storytellers from three different cultures ? African-American, Native American and Euro-American ? tell stories drawn from traditional narratives, folk tales, legend, personal and historical stories, and cultural and familiar tales, reflecting the performers? different backgrounds.

About Anne

Starring Salome Jens

Tuesday, October 23

7:30 p.m.

Koumantzelis Auditorium, Lindsay Hall

Poet Anne Sexton wrote of the stuff of life: love, parents, sex, obsession, God and Godlessness. Salome Jen's dramatization of Sexton's poetry is a stunning portrait of a complex and beautiful woman whose triumphs and defeats came from outsized passion.



Of Mice and Men

The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company

Wednesday, November 7

7:30 p.m.

Koumantzelis Auditorium, Lindsay Hall

The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company presents John Steinbeck's tale of the unusual bond between two farm workers in 1930's California. The gentle giant Lenny and his wily protector George share the dream of a patch of land and a life they can call their own, but the jealousies and desires of others lead them to make a soul-searching sacrifice.


The Irish Rovers

Thursday, December 6

7:30 p.m.

Koumantzelis Auditorium, Lindsay Hall

Join us for a holiday concert with the international ambassadors of Irish music, who have charmed and entertained people around the world. Together nearly 40 years, the Irish Rovers have never lost their ability to deliver a rollicking, rousing performance of good cheer.



We are Your Sisters

Directed by Darryl V. Jones

Tuesday, February 5, 2002

7:30 p.m.

Koumantzelis Auditorium, Lindsay Hall

Adopted for the stage from the Dorothy Sterling book, "We are Your Sisters: Black women in the 19th Century," which portrayed the lives of American black women before, during and immediately after the Civil War.



A Chat with the 88's

Starring Beverly Serra-Brooks

Wednesday, March 6, 2002

7:30 p.m.

Koumantzelis Auditorium, Lindsay Hall

Celebrated pianist Beverly Serra-Brooks stars in a concert program that celebrates the history of the piano on its 300th birthday.


Individual tickets are $7 and season tickets are $35 for the general public. Tickets can be purchased at the LaCava Information Desk in advance or at the Koumantzelis Auditorium Box Office one hour prior to each show. For more information call 781-891-3424.

Directions to Bentley College are available at 781-891-2100 or on the college web site at

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